Get to Know the Best of New York Fashion Week 2017!
Spring 2018 collections have officially come to an end in New York.
From the rising new models to unexpected front row stars and Marc Jacobs’s grand finale of bold colors and prints, here’s a recap of the week’s highlights. Take a look the greatest moments of New York Fashion Week 2017!
This was the 20th anniversary of Scott’s line. Two decades and neither Scott’s nor his loyal customers’ enthusiasm have wavered.
Raf Simons’ second collection forCalvin Klein continued his American journey, this time with a sinister edge referencing classic American horror movies.
Phillip Lim 3.1
Clean lines and a modest feel, crisp shirts, tailoring and ruffles was the order at Phillip Lim 3.1. There was a nod to the Nineties with the minimalist suiting and slip dresses layered over a white T-shirt.
Americana is a definite trend for spring/summer, and it is part of the DNA of Coach with its signature prairie dresses, varsity and leather jackets.
Diane von Furstenberg
Spring/summer is a good season for Jonathan Saunders. His bold hand-painted florals on floaty sundresses and wide-leg trousers with a bold stripe will be perfect worn with a simple T-shirt on a hot summer’s night. Saunders is confident with colour, as seen in two of his colour-block handkerchief-hem dresses.
Han Chong at Self-Portrait has moved on from the lace dresses that had become a signature and staple in the fashion set’s wardrobe. The show featured striped tailored suits, followed by gorgeous sparkly chiffon with a single puff shoulder, cool with a heel or a trainer.
For the grand finale of New York Fashion Week, Marc Jacobs staged a breathtaking collection of color, prints, and bright turbans topping off every look. Bringing back maximalism, the vacation-inspired collection hit the runway in complete silence at the Park Avenue Armory—until the finale brigade when loud opera music filled the empty room.